Ethical Barcode has released a new sustainability ratings app powered by the CSRHub API that lets you uncover what you’re truly supporting when you shop.
Climate Change mainstream? Harley-Davidson, whose brand is arguably nonexistent without a combustion engine, just introduced an electric motorcycle.
The most likely reason for Harvard to reject pleas from 72 percent of its student body and millions of climate change advocates? The fossil fuel industry and its owners give big, and their influence is pervasive.
Want to learn more about sustainability reporting? Consider an upcoming course in the Bay Area or Seattle GRI certified courses on sustainability reporting. As previously seen on the CSRHub blog. By Bahar Gidwani We were recently invited by our friends at Trucost to moderate a webinar. Our shared goal was to encourage more companies to … Continued
The overall correlation between these large sets of data is strong—and it has been growing stronger. We will now look at how each of the twelve individual components in CSRHub’s metric system relate to brand strength.
There is a strong correlation between brand strength as measured by the Brand Finance Brand Strength Index and sustainability as measured by CSRHub’s metrics engine.
The following is part of a series by our friends at CSRHub (a 3p sponsor) – offering free sustainability and corporate social responsibility ratings on over 7,300 of the world’s largest publicly traded and private companies. 3p readers get 15% off CSRHub’s professional subscriptions with promo code “TP15.″ By Bahar Gidwani Part 2 of a 5 part series As … Continued
New, broad, multi-year study that shows that the connection between sustainability performance & brand value has increased dramatically during the past year.
Cynthia Figge’s SB’13 Plenary speech “New Insights into the Correlation Between CSR and Brand Strength” explains how brand strength to CSR correlation has suddenly strengthened in the last year, doubling in 2012 over 2011.
CSRHub recently moderated a webinar with Trucost to encourage more companies to start reporting their sustainability performance.
In the past, the “sustainability” movement has struggled with language. “Global warming.” “Climate change.” “Rising sea levels.” And perhaps the most problematic, “sustainability” itself. Will “resilience” be the newest, best-understood term?
A study shows that informing people about the expected impacts of climate change had no effect on their positions. What did change their position was thinking about how limiting greenhouse-gas emissions might promote interpersonal warmth and scientific and technological progress. Bain’s research shows that approaches based on hope work far better than fear.